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The ‘Ciompi Revolution’ Constructed: Modern Historians and the Nineteenth-Century Paradigm of Revolution
Patrick Lantschner
Annali di Storia di Firenze , 2011,
Abstract: To this day the Ciompi revolt of 1378 has provoked fierce debate between historians of different political persuasions. This article proposes, however, that liberal, conservative and Marxist historians from the last two centuries and different countries have fundamentally argued within the same paradigm of research which has conditioned their conceptualisation, interpretation and narration of the Ciompi revolt. Ciompi historians have recurred to the same concepts of ‘state’, ‘class’ and ‘revolution’, and their related normative connotations and narrati- ve assumptions. In their analyses of the Ciompi revolt, they thus came to replicate a modern understanding of politics and its correspondent ideological divisions.
Wahlgesetzgebung und ihre Auswirkung auf die Vertretung von Minderheiten: Die K rntner Landtagswahlordnung im europ ischen Vergleich
Emma Lantschner
European Diversity and Autonomy Papers - EDAP , 2009,
Abstract: This article compares the electoral law for the Carinthian Assembly with electoral laws of other European realities. The focus is on the impact of these laws on the representation of minorities in the respectively elected bodies. The author looks into the question of whether measures for the effective participation of minorities in public and political life are requested not only because of democratic but also legal considerations regarding the principle of equality. The article ends with suggestions on how the Carinthian legislator could reform the electoral law in order to allow for the representation of the Slovene minority.
María Victoria Lantschner
Mastozoolog?-a neotropical , 2012,
Impacto de diferentes disturbios antrópicos sobre las comunidades de aves de bosques y matorrales de Nothofagus antarctica en el NO Patagónico
Lantschner,María V; Rusch,Verónica;
Ecolog?-a austral , 2007,
Abstract: to be able to plan productive uses of the land compatible with the conservation of the biodiversity, it is essential to evaluate the changes that they cause. the andean patagonic forests undergo different anthropogenic disturbances, like fires, grazing, wood extraction and substitution by exotic coniferous plantations. these activities cause changes on the vegetation and animal communities, and could be affecting the functioning of the forest ecosystems. in argentine patagonia, there is a growing opposition to productive activities, particularly to pine plantations, because of its supposed negative ecological consequences, however their impacts are unknown. the aim of this study was to evaluate in which measure different uses of the vegetation of the basin of foyel river (no argentine patagonia) cause changes on bird communities, especially on the functionally important and the endangered species. birds counts were conducted from november 2004 to march 2005 (summer) using the variable circular-plot method, in twenty four sites of nothofagus antarctica native forests and scrubs with different levels of grazing and wood extraction (closed, semiopened, opened), and in eight exotic plantations of pseudotsuga menziesii and pinus spp. although, the vegetation structure of each site was characterized, to identify structural elements of the forests that could be important for bird habitat. population densities of birds did not differ between vegetation types (25.4 ± 8.4 individuals/ha) associated to different disturbances. bird richness and diversity shannon index), however, were different among the vegetation types, in forestations both were similar to the undisturbed vegetation types, whereas they increased in vegetations with a medium intensity of wood extraction and grazing, and were highest in those sites whit a high intensity of wood extraction and grazing. a canonical correspondence analysis and an analysis of species composition similarity showed that there are two
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